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Kristin Chenoweth's Husband: Josh Bryant’s Age and Occupation

Kristin Chenoweth’s Husband: Josh Bryant’s Age and Occupation
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Kristin Chenoweth is a versatile singer and actress known for portraying Annabeth Schott in The West Wing and Olive Snook in Pushing Daisies. Accordingly, people want to know about her husband, Josh Bryant , his age, and what he does professionally.

Here is everything we have learned about Kristin Chenoweth’s husband.

Kristin Chenoweth’s husband is Josh Bryant. The couple tied the knot in a ceremony in Texas in September 2023.

According to The Economic Times, the couple met in 2016 at the wedding of Chenoweth’s niece. Backroad Anthem, the country/rock band Bryant is part of, performed at the wedding. They encountered each other again two years later at another wedding. This time, it was the turn for Chenoweth’s nephew to get married, and Backroad Anthem was hired again to serve as the wedding band.

During an interview on SiriusXM’s The Jess Cagle Show, Chenoweth recalled those initial meetings with Bryant. “I noticed him and he noticed me, but we were dating other people,” the RV star said. “And then, the next summer, my nephew gets married and hires the same band, and we re-met,” she added. (via People)

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Chenoweth and Bryant quarantined together in New York City. The couple got engaged in October 2021, about two years before their wedding.

Bryant is 41 years old as of July 2024, 14 years younger than Chenoweth, who was born on July 24, 1968.

Reflecting on their age gap, Chenoweth jokingly told People in 2020, “My boyfriend is 14 years younger than me. Thus, I’m good at TikTok. I didn’t know what TikTok was, I didn’t necessarily want to do it. Now, I love TikTok with his help.”

Originally from Arkansas, Bryant currently resides in Nashville with Chenoweth and their pets. He is a musician, serving as a guitarist on Backroad Anthem.

Source: The Economic Times, People